What We Do
Housing & Homeless Services
A network of services including Madge Phillips Center Shelter, Centralized Intake, Coordinated Entry, Rapid Re-Housing, and Homeless Prevention which provide solutions to homelessness and finding affordable housing
Domestic Violence Victim Services
Empowering victims and survivors through advocacy, safety planning, information, support groups, and a 24/7 Resource and Support Line and educating the community about domestic and dating violence
KidsPoint Child Care Program
Providing high-quality education to over 500 children, ages 5 weeks through 12 years old, and offering a Family Support Program for families with needs, such as financial assistance, outside of the scope of the classroom
Domestic Violence Victim Services Program Impact
victims/survivors of domestic violence received advocacy, safety planning, counseling, and support.
of victims/survivors reported feeling safer after working with a Waypoint Victim Advocate.
phone calls were answered through the 24/7 Resource & Support Line.
housing & homeless
Housing & Homeless Services Impact
of clients served through Madge Phillips Center Shelter, Rapid Re-Housing, and Homeless Prevention programs exited to permanent housing.
women and families with children were provided with emergency shelter.
individuals experiencing a housing crisis were supported through Rapid Re-Housing and Homeless Prevention programs.
meals were served at the Madge Phillips Center Shelter.
Child Care Program
KidsPoint Child Care Program Impact
of children who exited a KidsPoint Learning Center & Preschool were developmentally on track for kindergarten.
of school age youth enrolled at KidsPoint reported having a positive sense of self and a positive relationship with an adult outside of their family.